About a month ago, when I featured in The Body Love Box, I was interviewed by the legendary Lindley Ashline. Lindley is a photographer, blogger, and fat activist who centres marginalised voices and bodies in her work. It was an absolute pleasure to be interviewed by her and to talk about my work, my values, … Continue reading My Interview with Lindley Ashline
If my excitable review of December's offering from The Body Love Box prompted you to sign up for your own monthly subscription, or if you read to the very end of my review, you'll be ahead of the curve on this one. For anyone else, here's some good news for cat lovers and fat activists … Continue reading Fat Cats & Body Positivity
The Premise I've wanted to get hold of a Body Love Box for a really, really long time. The creator of the Body Love Box, body positivity legend Lindley Ashline, describes the Body Love Box as a fat-positive, LGBTQIAP+-affirming, intersectional monthly subscription box that's designed to improve your body image while supporting marginalised artists. It … Continue reading Body Love Box Review
A little while ago I chatted with the estimable Dr. Cat Pause for her podcast Friend of Marilyn, a fat positive radio show. She interviewed me about why I champion fat liberation over body positivity, how my identity as a fat person is influenced by my other experiences of oppression, and a few of my … Continue reading Friend of Marilyn
Since I've been on a few, you'll know that I enjoy listening to podcasts. If you like podcasts, too, and you're also in the business of working to improve your mental and physical health, you're in luck today. I've collated ten of my best podcast recommendations that might help you achieve better health in a … Continue reading Ten Podcasts for Good Health
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Cw: discussion of societal and internalised fatmisia We are so often encouraged to wear clothes that make us look smaller. I remember being in my early twenties, trying on clothes in a cramped changing room, waiting to find the perfect drab outfit that would make me look the thinnest. Eventually, uncomfortable and sweating under the … Continue reading Looking Fat